Following the curves of a quiet northern road, you’ll be drawn to Serpent River First Nation, a community also known by the traditional titles Genaabaajiin and Chi Kebebek Ziibiing Anishnabek. Bordered by the shores of the Serpent River to the north and the scenic Whalesback Channel of Lake Huron’s North Shore to the south, Serpent River First Nation is a growing community of the Ojibway with a centuries-long history, thriving traditional culture, and family values.
Travellers to the First Nation will find a warm community with a traditional crafts store, eateries, an extensive trading post and art gallery that’s been a community staple fore more than 30 years, and plenty of opportunities to explore. With quiet, pleasantly winding roads throughout, travellers to the west of the community will find a lovely view of Serpent Falls, Kennebec Falls, and the Serpent River.
In 2019, the First Nation is set to open a trail connecting the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail with the Trading Post and Art Gallery site, making it possible for pedestrians and cyclists to access the site with minimal transit across Highway 17.